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  • baas "When he were near the door a Kaffir stabbed him in the back, and the ole baas shot the Kaffir.
  • beads Aunt, I should like-oh, indeed I long to wear the beads at my marriage.
  • beak And there in the hickory was another crow with the same bright, flashing thing in his beak.
  • beats It's usually one's wife one beats.
  • beck The quickest way to it is to cross the beck by the bridge behind the inn and go up the hill straight to the rectangular clump of larches, and then on beyond it in the same direction.
  • bias Such men will render a decision free from personal bias, free from National prejudice and their verdict will be accepted by the Nations of the world.
  • Backs Not for a moment did they cease, though every now and then we might have fancied that they had disappeared had we not distinguished their black backs turned towards us.
  • Beaus On the day following Madame d'Urfe asked me to dine with the Chevalier d'Arzigny, a man upwards of eighty, vain, foppish, and consequently ridiculous, known as "The Last of the Beaus."
  • Because I married him because I was in love with him, Mr. Kingsnorth.
  • Boas A glow like that of a furnace rose behind the trees in front of us, and over the tree-tops rose swinging boats, sometimes one, sometimes two or three at a time, with lads standing with bent knees on the seats and the girls' feathers tossing and boas flying in the golden haze.
  • Bess It was Mrs. Ross who said to Mary Cameron, taking her aside when mother and son had met, and Davey was turning Bess into the paddock again: "It's true what we heard about Deirdre Farrel going to marry McNab.
  • Beaks At the sound of the oars they awoke, and with flapping wings pursued the boat, opening their beaks for bread.
  • Beans An' now I'm goin' to tear into some of them beans I smell a bilin' in yonder.
  • Bears Nothing was seen of the bears.
  • Bees When he has discovered a rotten tree in which wild bees have hidden their store, he will claw at the bottom till it falls.
  • bags After two hours the Bedouins returned with the camels bearing leather bags filled with water.
  • begs He bowed very low and said: "Ladies, the General's compliments, and he begs that this much of the sidewalk may be kept clear for a few moments."
  • beams He was looking up at the beams above him, of which she was glad, for she was wondering whether the others attached any particular significance to the fact that she was the first woman to enter his new house with him.
  • beggars Some beggars stand by-I extremely regret it- They wish for a taste.
  • bucks They were mostly young bucks, and they all jawed together, 'cept two or three who started singin' about what big potatoes they was.
  • BXS
  • BERKS On such a day the Berks station placed most boats hopelessly out of the race, unless they could keep within a length of the Bucks boat till the 'point' was reached-in which case the poplar corner made a pretty counterpoise to the advantage of Bucks shelter, and caused some interesting finishes.
  • BETAS
  • Becks Poor Phyllis danced as awkwardly as was expected, but Adeline seemed likely to be a pupil in whom a master might rejoice; Marianne was very attentive and not ungraceful, but Alethea soon saw reason to regret the arrangement that had been made, for she perceived that Jane considered the master a fair subject for derision, and her 'nods and becks, and wreathed smiles,' called up corresponding looks in Marianne's face.
  • all-firedest
  • almsgivings
  • amnemonic
  • antichrists
  • antipastos
  • antipathized
  • antithesized
  • antithesizes
  • disbowels
  • unwasteful
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